Typical Ingredients - Natural Collection Light Body Lotion

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Typical Ingredients - Natural Collection Light Body Lotion

Aqua, Prunis dulcis, Cocos nucifera, Theobroma cacao, Glycerin, Sorbitan, Isostearate, Polysorbate 60, Parfum, Triethanolamine, Phenoxyethanol, Carbomer, Methylparaben, Butylparaben, Cetrimonium Bromide.

Ingredients:

 Aqua Water -the main ingredient. This adds moisture directly to the skin.
 Prunis dulcis** Sweet almond oil. An oily layer on the skin acts as a barrier to evaporation, thus retaining moisture in the skin. 

 Cocos nucifera*

 Coconut oil
 Theobroma cacao* Cocoa butter 
 Glycerin Humectant. Absorbs water and holds it near4 the skin, thus preventing further moisture loss. 
 Sorbitan Isostearate Synthetic emulsifier to aid the mixing of the oils and water. 
 Polysorbate 60* Synthetic emulsifier and surfactant to aid the mixing of the oils and water and to aid even spreading.
 Parfum  A mixture of synthetic and natural fragrance chemicals 
 Triethanolamine*  Used to control acidity in the product. Restricted to a maximum of 2.5 percent if used in a non-rinse of product such as this. 
 Phenoxyethanol*  Preservative restricted to a maximum of 1 percent.' 
 Carbomer Synthetic crosslinked polymer used as a thickening agent.
 Methylparaben* Water-soluble preservative of the benzoate family, restricted to a maximum of 0.4 percent.
 Butylparaben* Oil-soluble preservative of the benzoate family, restricted to a maximum of 0.4 percent.
 Cetrimonium Bromide* Preservative restricted to a maximum of 0.1 p[ercent

* These ingredients are subject to restrictions or have been linked to harmful or adverse effects.

** People who are allergic to almonds are advised to carry out a patch test before using cosmetics containing sweet almond.

* Indicates that this ingredient may be used in larger quantities if it is used for another specific purpose other than as a preservative

Reference: Cosmetics Unmasked: Dr stephen & Gina Antczak 

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